Tortola British Virgin Islands
Tortola, the largest of the British Virgin Islands is home to it all. This island offers visitors an abundant mix of peace and quiet, plus just about every activity your dream vacation could include. Road Town, Tortola's main port is also a historic site, featuring a pleasant balance between old and new. Many of the shops and restaurants are in historic building which date back to the colonial period. Surrounded by some of the Caribbean's most photographed beaches, the island of Tortola is a splended stop.
Tortola British Virgin Islands Beaches
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Apple Bay Beach Tortola British Virgin Islands
Apple Bay
Known for surfing, and full moon parties at Bombas
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Smugglers Cove Beach Tortola British Virgin Islands
Smugglers Cove
Secluded, sheltered, serene, and hard to reach
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Cane Garden Bay Beach Tortola British Virgin Islands
Cane Garden Bay
A long, lovely, curved bay sheltered from heavy winds
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Brewers Bay Beach Tortola British Virgin Islands
Brewers Bay
Ruins can be seen on the beach.
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Josiahs Bay Beach Tortola British Virgin Islands
Josiahs Bay
Ideal for sunbathing and a favorite surf spot in winter
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Lambert Bay Beach Tortola British Virgin Islands
Lambert Bay
A favourite picnic spot for locals
Tortola British Virgin Islands Dive Sites
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Brewers Bay Pinnacles Dive Site Tortola British Virgin Islands
Brewers Bay Pinnacles
DEPTH: 25-110 FT
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Grand Central Dive Site Tortola British Virgin Islands
Grand Central
DEPTH: 40-60 FT
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Wreck of the Chikuzen Dive Site Tortola British Virgin Islands
Wreck of the Chikuzen
DEPTH: 40-75 FT